Our Boy Scout troop has been doing these "s’mores-on-a-stick" as an item for our concession stand at the spring and fall Fort Crevecoeur Rondezvous for the last 2 years (ever since I read about them on here). We use 3 marshmallows on a bamboo skewer (sharp point cut off), dipped in melted milk chocolate chips in a small crock-pot, sprinkled with graham cracker crumbs. Once the milk chocolate chips are melted in the crock pot on high, we stir in a little whole (not 2%) milk as needed to keep the chocolate soft, but not drippy, with the crock-pot on low. (Don’t panic when you first stir in some milk it will look like it is all clotting, but if you keep stirring as it warms up, it will smooth out nicely.) The moisture in the chocolate will gradually evaporate, so you will need to add a little more milk after a couple of hours to thin it a little again. When the chocolate level gets low in the crock-pot you can use a spoon to pour and smooth the chocolate over the marshmallows. We also have not found any shaker with holes large enough for the graham cracker crumbs, so we just use a shaker without a top. We sell these at $1 and the kids (and some adults) love them!